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Serving as both the capital and largest city of Hawaii, Honolulu represents the island state’s energetic epicenter. In Honolulu, you will also find one of Hawaii’s most popular beaches, Waikiki. The city stretches over much of the island of Oahu, the third largest Hawaiian island, all the way from Pearl Harbor to Makapuu Point. Honolulu is known for its arts, culture, and entertainment scene, offering a large array of activities from live music, dining experiences, art galleries, and some of Hawaii’s most historic sites.


Things to See

Honolulu is well known for its beautiful white sand beaches, especially Waikiki, arguably Hawaii’s most famous beach located on the south shore. It is the perfect place for swimming, canoeing, or sunbathing. Just up the shore you at Kalakaua Avenue, you will find yourself surrounded by exquisite restaurants, local shops, and a bustling nightlife scene. If you seek a more serene beach, Hanauma Bay is a great choice with its location at the base of an extinct volcano, surrounded by calm waters and a beautiful coral reef. The bay’s reef is an excellent place for snorkeling and scuba diving. Halona Beach Cove, known as the “peering place”, is nestled in a rocky cove and offers the perfect place for swimming when the surf is calm.


For the outdoor aficionados among us, hiking up to the top of Diamond Head State Monument to experience the extraordinary views of both Honolulu’s skyline and Waikiki Beach is a necessity. There are also several other places to go hiking, such as Pu’u Ualaka’s Park, Nu’uanu Pali Lookout, and Halona Blowhole all of which will wind you past stunning beaches and rock formations. Or, just grab your towel and head out to Ala Moana Beach Park, Kaimana Beach, or Fort DeRussey Beach Park for a good dose of sun. Honolulu is also home to several historic sites, including Pearl Harbor, the largest natural harbor in the state and the only naval base in the country that has a National Historic Landmark designation. Board a ferry to the floating USS Arizona Memorial, constructed over the sunken battleships hull, and learn about the attack that will live in infamy. Also be sure to stop by the Pacific Aviation Museum and the Battleship Missouri Memorial, recognized as the site where WWII ended.


Hotels in Honolulu

There are many hotels in Honolulu dotted in various areas of the city, ranging from family-friendly spots just a short walk from Waikiki Beach to locations that are ideal for business travelers. Options and amenities abound, making it is easy to find a location and style best-suited for the activities you have planned for your trip to Honolulu.


Where to Stay

As the cultural hub of the island of Oahu, downtown Honolulu houses the Hawaii State Art Museum, Mission Houses Museum, Aloha Tower, the state capital building, and majority of the business district. Waikiki is the center of tourism and is a popular tourist destination. Its gorgeous beaches, the Honolulu Zoo, the Waikiki Aquarium, and vibrant Hawaiian culture make it the perfect place to enjoy with the whole family. Ala Moana Park, between downtown Honolulu and Waikiki, offers a pleasant place to relax and enjoy a tranquil alternative away from popular tourist destinations.


How to Get to Honolulu

Honolulu International Airport (HNL) is the most convenient option for fliers, offering many domestic and international flights. The airport offers a shuttle service, the Airport Waikiki Express, to and from hotels throughout the day. Public city buses also provide stops through downtown and Waikiki. Rental car services are accessible just outside the airport terminals as well. Once you have arrived at your destination, getting around may be a little difficult if you are not used to a compass-point grid system. A city map (often offered in hotel lobbies and tourist spots) or your phone’s GPS will come in handy while navigating Honolulu.

Latest Honolulu Hotel Reviews


Honolulu Holiday Inn Resort
By Maytag
Great place to stay for business trip. Rates are within government rate standards and beach is right across the street. The Maui Brew Company has a bar in the hotel which has great food and drink [More] menu. I travel back and forth from San Diego and Honolulu for business. This is my hotel of choice. [Less]
Good service, perfect location
By Agung
I stayed at this hotel with my wife and 9 months old daughter, and I experienced a very good reception by the front desk's staffs. Moreover, the staffs prepared a bed for my baby. (It's very good [More] bed, but they did not provide it with a blanket for my baby so I used a bath towel instead). However, overall I loved this hotel so much and I would like to use this hotel again when I come to Hawaii in the future. [Less]
Great location and nice rooms
By Diplogirl
We had a very good experience at this resort. We would have liked to get into our room earlier in the morning as we came in on an international flight, but the previous night was completely sold out [More] so it was just inconvenient for us, but not the hotel's fault. It is an amazing location in the heart of Waikiki and the rooms were nice and very clean. We had a little bit of trouble with the Wi-Fi, but found a workaround so it turned out fine. Since the hotel was not fully booked the day we left and we had an 11 PM flight out, we were able to pay extra to have a very late check out and use the room most of that day which was extremely convenient for us. We would definitely stay here again and recommend this resort. [Less]
Great Option for Business Travel in Waikiki
By m13patt
It is nice to have this option on Oahu for business travel. It's location is walking distance from everything that Waikiki has to offer. If you are fimiliar with Waikiki you will know this [More] building. HIExpress has taken over and did a nice renovation. Rooms are smaller than most HIexpress hotels but rooms and beds are comfortable. Breakfast area is large and offers all the items you have come to enjoy. I was aknowlaged as an IHG member and was upgraded to a high floor with an awsome Ocean view. I would recommend this to property to both business and vacation travelers. My only complaint is vehicle parking. It fills up fast. After a long day of work you don't want to get to your hotel and search for a spot and realize there are none and then have to park off property. Not sure what the solution for this would be. [Less]
Perfect Location
By Vero
Great family hotel. Located perfectly within walking distance to Waikiki beach and public transport. Friendly staff which were always very helpful Very clean and well maintained rooms. [Less]
First trip to Hawaii
By Mere
This was my first trip to Hawaii. After working for a week in a suburb about 30 minutes from downtown, I was ready to relax and be close to all of the shops and restaurants. The hotel was relatively [More] close to the highway, which made it easy to go to the North Shore, and was also within walking distance (about 2 blocks) from Waikiki beach. I was surprised at the hustle and bustle of downtown Honolulu/Waikiki. There are endless restaurant options and plenty of shops. The breakfast was strictly continental, which got slightly boring on day 4. Overall a great experience! [Less]

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